Sofitel Singapore City Centre staycation

Listen, if you’re starting to feel the WFO fatigue creeping in, you’re not alone. Our backs are aching from sitting in our office chairs for hours and our brains are slowly melting from the stream of deadlines flooding in. That’s why we’ve already been planning our next vacay.

If you too need a break from reality but can’t afford to travel just yet, then we’ll see you at the Sofitel Singapore City Centre. Its local-themed Discover Tanjong Pagar – Cultural Getaway staycation package will hopefully help to rejuvenate your tired soul. Here are all the perks you can look forward to.

Unique staycation for art lovers

Singapore is jam-packed with luxurious hotels. But if you’ve ever stayed at a Sofitel, you’ll know the rooms are big, the beds are dreamy and the breakfast buffet is drool-worthy.

Sofitel Singapore City Centre Staycation Luxury Room

To see it for yourself, go ahead and make a booking from now till 31st August. Your 2D1N stay will be in a pimping luxury room that’s entirely decked out in luxe furniture. 

Sofitel Singapore City Centre Staycation Bathroom Bathtub

Watch out for a massive king-sized bed, a comfy bathtub, rain shower and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the vibrant streets of Chinatown.

Sofitel Gastronomy Breakfast Buffet

Another great thing about this staycation package is the daily breakfast buffet at Gastronomy that’s included in your stay. Get ready to stuff your face with dimsum, laksa, eggs benedict, sausages and a whole lot of pastries.

Freshly Baked Bread Oven

Let’s not forget about the freshly made breads that are kneaded and baked on the spot.

Sofitel Singapore City Centre Staycation Infinity Pool

Or the pool. It doesn’t matter whether you swim or not because the infinity pool at Sofitel Singapore City Centre is the place to get some #GridGoals IG snaps. It’s also a great spot to chill out with a pina colada in hand.

Explore local culture & score themed freebies

There are usually 2 types of staycationers: the one who’d like to do as little as possible and take regular naps by the pool. And then there’s the other who needs to be out and about with a dozen tasks on their itinerary. If the second one sounds like you, then you’re in for a treat.

Yip Yew Chong Murals Singapore

Sofitel’s staycation package will send you on a hunt to locate 14 IG-worthy murals and work you out more than any spin classes will. They were painted by local artist Yip Yew Chong who’s known for his impressive street arts that tell stories of Singapore’s past and present. 

Yip Yew Chong Singapore Murals

If you haven’t seen them on the walls in Tiong Bahru, Chinatown and Everton Road, now is your chance. The trails are best done on foot so remember to put on comfy shoes.

Singapore Local Artwork

Other freebies that come with your stay include a stack of handmade postcards that were drawn by Yip Yew Chong himself; a tote bag that was designed by artist William Sim who’s famous for his child-like artworks featuring cats; and a welcome cocktail that’s served out of a teapot.

Chinese Tea

Not to mention, you’ll get a slew of discounts at the nearby shops and eateries when you book the cultural getaway staycay package. The Kueh Kakis, for example, will be giving you 10% off Nyonya Kuehs when you show them your room key.

Book an artsy staycation at Sofitel City Centre Singapore

Tanjong Pagar is the perfect place for those who want to stay in a cool, quirky, and cultural part of town. And Sofitel Singapore City Centre captures that vibe perfectly with its timeless decor, unique paintings and the Discover Tanjong Pagar – Cultural Getaway staycation package.

Tanjong Pagar - Sofitel Singapore City Centre Staycation

The offerings are without doubt artsy. But you deserve to take a break so even if you don’t have any clue about art, go ahead and treat yourself to a 5-star staycay anyway. There’s still the zen pool, modern gym and comfy room to help you recharge your batteries.

Book a staycation at Sofitel Singapore City Centre

This post was brought to you by Sofitel Singapore City Centre.
Photography by Jie Ling Loo.